2012 Premiums Based on Healthy Choice Participation
Are you one of the 16,000 caregivers enrolled in Healthy Choice? If you are, you may be able to take advantage of a lower premium payment. EHP Total Care has changed to three premium levels as of January 1, 2012:
• Gold (lowest premium payment)
• Silver (mid-level premium payment)
• Bronze (highest premium payment)
Whether or not you participated in the voluntary Healthy Choice premium rebate program and met program requirements will determine which premium level you qualify for.
Even if you don’t qualify for the Gold premium, you still have an opportunity to get a rebate! You can do this by joining Healthy Choice early in 2012 and meeting program requirements by September 30, 2012.
The chart below describes the new 2012 EHP premium levels, their annual cost and how caregivers qualify for each premium level.
Family I: 2 or 3 dependents
Family II: 4 or more dependents
° Health Plan Programs that help members meet Healthy Choice requirements:
•Cleveland Clinic-owned fitness centers
•Curves fitness centers
•Shape Up & Go! (offered by Employee Wellness)
•High blood pressure
•Tobacco cessation (offered by Employee Wellness)
EHP Coordinated Care Programs FAQ (click here)
*A $100 incentive will be offered to members who participate in the EHP Physical Activity Program for 10 times per month for ten months in 2012. The $100 incentive is only for fitness center participation (Curves or Cleveland Clinic fitness centers) and is only available to the employee members of EHP. The $100 incentive does not apply to Shape Up & Go!
Video Presentation about 2012 EHP Benefit Changes (click here)
2012 Premiums: Frequently Asked Questions (click here)
Questions About Healthy Choice?
Call EHP Total Care Customer Service at 216.448.0800 or toll free at 1.866.811.4352.
Recap for 2011 Healthy Choice Participants (click here)